Florida Self-Storage Company Participates in $1 Million Giveaway to Fight Hunger

Personal Mini Storage Management Co. is participating in the Feinstein Foundations 15th annual $1 Million Giveaway to Fight Hunger. Self-storage customers can donate nonperishable food or money through April 15 at any of Personal Mini Storages 27 central Florida offices.

Personal Mini Storage Management Co. is participating in the Feinstein Foundations 15th annual $1 Million Giveaway to Fight Hunger. Self-storage customers can donate non-perishable food or money through April 15 at any of Personal Mini Storages 27 central Florida offices. Donations will go to local food banks.

Previous Feinstein drives have raised more than $1.25 billion nationwide to fight hunger through more than 2,000 agencies and churches. All food and money donated during the annual drive stays within the local community, according to the foundation.

Based in Orlando, Personal Mini Storage is the primary operating arm of Shader Brothers Corp. The companys 32 self-storage locations amass more than 2.4 million square feet and 16,200 storage units. Personal Mini Storage has served more than 250,000 customers in its 29 years in business. The company ranked 37th on Inside Self-Storages 2011 Top-Operators List.

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